Damn, how I hate myself for realizing how long it’s actually been since my last post? After officially getting married, life has definitely thrown me some curve balls, as it usually does, and has gotten in the way of my blogging. I woke up this morning, groggy, tired, wanting nothing more than to spend the rest of the day in bed… but after my shower and drive in to work – well I decided to take a new view on this week. Instead of a New Years Resolution, I made a New Week resolution for myself. My resolution is to sort through my Things To Do List and organize/prioritize and obviously do as many as I can.
My busy time is kind of over as of end of last week since we got our 10Q report filed. We had family events, birthdays, get together that took up family time. My mom was out of town on vacation for the past two weeks. As I mentioned, the marriage had a few curve balls thrown at it which gave Mrs. Z and I some time to reflect on what is our next step in life. What I really want to make sure to do is be able to get back to providing advice, feedback, guidance on how to make life work for you – specifically marriage, being a parent, being healthy, and trying to enjoy each day. If you aren’t enjoying each day, than in turn I believe you are wasting each day which is unacceptable. Now trust me, I have bad days too – more often than I would like. But I keep trying to improve this. I keep working toward making each day count.
Let’s go back to the topic. New Week Resolution. The more I think about it, the more I realize what a great concept that could be. The problem with a New Years Resolution is it is too long. Most people can start New Years Resolution, they get excited about getting fit, or eating more healthy, or working harder, making more money, starting a new hobby. The list goes on and on. Well after some time, this resolution seems too far away and a majority of the people – I would guess to say 99% quit or give up, or perhaps adjust their resolution. Well, what if, instead of year resolution… I create a new weekly resolution. Each week, I can either continue to get something done OR create a new one, or adjust an old one, or add on to the Resolution List. I can review how I did each week, reflect and move forward. Here is the best part, if something didn’t work, you can start again next week. If your new years resolution didn’t work, most people feel no obligation to start until next year. If we do this on a weekly basis, perhaps the results will vary.
I’m excited to share my weekly resolutions with you and my progress of what I can get accomplished. One of the resolutions definitely being that I will be sharing more. Look forward to any feedback, responses and ideas for New Week Resolution.
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